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A Review of Turn or Burn by Boo Walker

Turn or Burn
by Boo Walker

Turn or Burn is an entertaining novel by Boo Walker. It is a kind of multi-genre book. It’s a mystery, thriller with a heavy dose of romance thrown in. 521 more words

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Book Diva Review: The Postmistress

If you like historical fiction, The Postmistress, by Sarah Blake, is a book in that genre.

The novel details some of the darkest days in modern London during World War II told by a female journalist named Frankie Bard. 465 more words

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A Review of DemonWars: First Heroes by R. A. Salvatore

DemonWars: First Heroes: The Highwayman and The Ancient (Saga of the First King)
by R. A. Salvatore

DemonWars: First Heroes was a pleasant surprise. I had heard a lot of positive buzz about Mr. 706 more words

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Book Diva Review: Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro, is a novel with a unique subject matter…which took me about fifty pages to understand. The book is a story line with disturbing ramifications imposed upon individuals. 445 more words

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A Review of Children of the Revolution: An Inspector Banks Novel by Peter Robinson

Children of the Revolution: An Inspector Banks Novel
by Peter Robinson

When I jump into a long running series with the current book, I always have a mixture of excitement and dread. 616 more words

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Winners of DemonWars: First Kings from TOR Books

The contest is over! Here are the 2 lucky winners of DemonWars: First Kings by R. A. Salvatore.

Christina O.
Heather N.

I have already sent in your names to… 30 more words

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A Review of The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian
by Andy Weir

Once you start The Martian, you may as well give up on that plan you had to get something done today, because you won’t want to put it down. 545 more words

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